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at least a dozen police officers injured as hundreds protest charlotte near the favorite officer involved shooting. a pregnant wife and federal charges. late details surrounding the bombing suspects. for the third time in three weeks, questions about donald trump's charitable fopdation. >> grilled tuesday and on the menu the ceo behind epipen's skyrocketing price. angie files for divorce from brad. what happened to our biggest
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>> breaking news overnight in north carolina, a scene of riot gear over yet another police-involved shooting. hundreds gathered in charlotte in a tense standoff with police that began with chanting, but ultimately ended in a clash with several protesters and officers injured. police dispersed the crowd with tear gas aft threw objects and damaged their cruisers. it took place near the scene where officers were searching for a suspect with an outstanding warrant when they saw a man now identified as keith lamont scott getting out of his car with a gun. >> at this point all we know is there are in the complex parking lot this subject gets out with a
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officers felt a legal threat and fired his weapon because of that. >> his family, however, is telling a different story that he was reading a book in his car waiting for his some at a bus stop. open facebook live, scott's reported daughter streamed video from the scene of the shooting. she is convinced her father was shot because of his race. they reported that brentley benson, the police officer, is also black t. mayor of charlotte today is calling for calmnd promising a full investigation will ensue. a man i accused in a recent stripping of bombings in new york and new jersey is charmed with several counts of using weapons of mass instruction. ahmad rahani, court documents show his firpg prints were found all over the pressure bomb blocks away from the explosion
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purchase materials used in the home-made bombs, this as we are learning new details about rahani, including the contents of a rambling notebook he had on him when he was captured. nbc's miguel almaguer reports. >> reporter: after ahmad rahani was shot by police monday, investigators say they found a journal, pierced by a bullet, filled with anti-american sentiments. law enforces call it a ramg events. noted inside the ft. hood shooting and vengeance about prop began that and al alaki. >> we know his path around the world. >> reporter: with investigators diving deeply into his repeated lengthy visit to afghanistan and pakistan, they confirm as spoken in the past with the fbi. in 2014, after a trip oversea,
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officials were called to his home where he stabbed his brother in the leg arc neighbor called him a terrorist. he told the fbi, he was angry. he had no reason to think his son is a terrorist. >> the investigation into his activities at this time did not indicate any radicalization or nefarious activities. >> investigators are seeking answers from his wife asia rahani. they were married in 2011. she was living in pakistan and applied for a u.s. visa. >> they found out she was pregnant, then they told her she couldn't come in until she had the baby. >> reporter: the visa was granted. she was not in the u.s., out of surgery and sedative, rahani hasn't been talkative. the two officers he injured are
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i'm glad to be home. it's been a long 24 hours r. this as federal investigators connected rahani to four explosive device, two pressure cooker bombs in new york city, a cluster of pipe bombs in new jersey and a backpack loaded with explosive, inadvertently triggered by the bomb squad. >> turning now to presidential politic, donald trump facing new scny standing. for the first time in three weeks, there are questions from several donations from his foundation a. democrat is looking into whether trump paid his own legal settlements with money from his own charity, at issue, payments like the $100,000 he gave to a veteran's group of a dispute, cut from his foundation as first reported by the baugh post.
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charitable dollars to pay for expenses that one ought to be paying for out of their own pocket. >> the trump campaign responded saying, quote, in typical washington post fashion, they've gotten their facts wrong. he goes on to say, there was not, and could not be, any intent or mote off for the trump foundation to make improper payments. all continued buickss are reported to the irs, and all foundation donations are publicly disclosed. hillary clinton is back a day off to prepare for mopped's debate. tracy potts is live in washington, with a look ahead where the candidates are today. >> reporter: good morning, let's start with hillary clinton two took a day off for debate prep. today she is in florida. she has a speech supposed to be one of those in the series of her theme-related speeches. stronger together. this got put off a bit when she had to take off for nummia. today, she is no cushion on the
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and trying to put them back to work, including making them a big part of the economy. meantime, donald trump and mike pence together are in ohio today. they have a rally in toledo, ohio. trump has been bearing down on hillary clinton on both the economy and on immigration, which is what we saw in north carolina last night. today, we are expecting he and pence will rally, also, still facing a lot of questions about those finances you just mentioned. >> frances. us, thanks, tracy. accusations continue to fly over a deadly attack on a u.n. aid convoy in syria, the white house pointedly holding russia responsible for that air streak that killed 21 people. as they delivered aid to syria's most devastated parts. >> in any event, we hold the russian government responsible for airstrikes in this space. >> 24 countries took part in a major u.n. meeting on syria yesterday.
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violence that continued to pick up despite a week-long cease-fire. controversy continues to swirl in tulsa, surrounding a shooting death of a femalosis, next, hear the police officer's side of the story. >> first, we got a flash flood watching multiple states, bill karins is here. >> good morning, guys. we are watching this thunderstorm this morning overnight in areas of minnesota, now moving, racing through wisconsi we will get multiple rounds of thunderstorms over the next two days. flash flood watches are up through ames and lacrosse and le claire two. to four inches is expected.
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we will continue with very warm conditions in the southeast. our "early today" is back in
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>> this morning, investigators are look into what left one dead and another injured. they were performing a training mission with a plane crash shortly after takeoff. they can fly higher than any it's also one of the oldest. it was designed during the eisenhower administration to spy on strong holds in the soviet union. gigi. >> thanks, frap says. >> there are new details emerging about that deadly police shooting in tulsa, oklahoma that ignited nationwide outrage. for first time we are hearing the side of a whitosis that shot
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they demanded accountability and transparency. gabe gutierrez has the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: with him stopping in the mild of the road, a 911 caller wasn't sure what to make of him. they were responding to an unrelated call. >> he won't show me his hands. >> since he ignored their commands for more than a video, video shows he had his hands up as he walked back to his ve can't be heard by the officers on the ground. >> that looks like a bad dude, too. >> reporter: seconds later, another fires a taser, then a gun. peggy shelby is on paid leave. >> she said she was never this scared ever in her entire life. >> reporter: her lawyer says he was acting erratically, she thought she was e he was reaching inside the suv for a
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coting. possibly pcp, she is a dug recognition expert. >> angie: they cited a vial pcp was found in the suv. still toxicology tests are fought finished and no weapon was found. his family says he wasn't reaching inside the vehicle, because his window was up. >> it shows that this department like many police departments around america see people of color as criminals and >> reporter: the district attorney is now reviewing the case to see if any criminal charges should be filed. gabe go out res, nbc news, tulsa, oklahoma. >> wells fargo's ceo warren grills, 53 you 00 lost jobs.
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casualtying not only for him to resign, but for criminal charges as well. >> you haven't resigned. you haven't returned a single nickel of your personal earnings. you haven't fired a single senior executive, instead, your definition of accountable is to push the blame to your low level employees who don't have the money for a fancy pr firm to defend themselves. it's gutless leadership. this is about,ability. >> he said the bank had begun internal procedures to prevent future incidents. >> i am deeply sorry that we failed to fill on our responsible to our customers, to our team members and to the american public. i accept full responsibility for all unethical sales practices in
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>> we are following charlotte, north carolina, after a police shooting left a man dead.
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injured. stocks overseas and a potential phone stocks. nancy has the details. >> reporter: good morning to you. that's right. european equities in the green this morning following a mostly higher session in asia, investors were waiting to see what that bank would do. they made changes to the stimulusro perceive to be good news, especially for bamplths you just mentioned samsung there, samsung is starting to roll out replacement phones to about half a million replacement phones in the u.s. for the galaxy 7 note, which of course has been at the center of fire hazards there. >> that is good for customers. a half million represents about
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increases here expect a lot of members to express outrage over this one as controversy begins in west virginia. stay tuned. >> we will see what happens there. thank you. just ahead, what's behind the divorce sending shock waves through hollywood. presidential politics. you are watching "early today." impressive linda.
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>> brad and angelina came from very different background and came into the marriage and into the relationship with very different ideas of parenting. over the years, they would tell people one was very strict t. other was very soft. and so parenting all of these children was probably, it's safe to say, a pretty intense negotiation at times. >> according to associated press the decision was made for the health of the fami middle of the day the first thing i thought of is jennifer aniston, what would she say? >> the world is supporting her remember today is the day we learn true love does not exist. it will go down in history. >> especially in hollywood. >> meanwhile this guy can go down in hollywood. this guy is adding melody to donald trump's retorts.
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good morning. i'm.. vince vitranohere's what's coming up on "live at daybreak"...legal victory for a transgender student in kenosha.what the district plans to do now. also... riots in charlotte. what caused tempers to flare
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good morning. i'm susan kim. i'm vince vitrano.let's start off with a check on the weather... with brian gotter. yesterday was the pick day of the week with highs in the lower 70s along the lakefront to lower 80s inland, lots of sun, and low humidity. clouds increased overnight, and a

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